SUFFOCATING GRENADE BERTRAND MODEL 1915

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Item Code: 814-55

Made of six iron segments, each of them drilled with a hole and having four pins on the inside. They were held together with a steel wire and contained a glass ball with chloroacetone. The grenade is just over 2.00 inches in size. To detonate it just needed to be thrown against a hard surface to break the glass container inside.

Item is clean and in good condition. It has been rewrapped with copper wire and, of course, is minus the gas.  [ad]

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